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Read Why Donald Trump Emerges As Worst President Ever Elected In US

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Read Why Donald Trump Emerges As Worst President Ever Elected In US

The results revealed that Trump took the last position with an average score of 12.34, while Abraham Lincoln took the first position with an average of 95.03.

George Washington on the other hand, took the second position in the survey as his administration got an average of  92.59.

Experts Declare Trump As The Worst President Ever In The History Of US

Some political scientists have taken it upon themselves to weigh the activities of the pasts and the present president of the United States of America in order to determine the best and the worst president ever elected in the country.

Surprising is their conclusion as they have declared the present President of the US, Donald Trump as the worst president ever elected in the history of the United States.

The ranking tagged a Presidents’ Day poll ranked 44 U.S. presidents, and Abraham Lincoln, George Washington, Franklin Delano Roosevelt and Teddy Roosevelt respectively won the best four past presidents of the country in the Boise State University “Presidential Greatness Survey.”

Trump, however, took the 45th position which is interpreted as the worst position.

The political scientists were saddled with the responsibility of ranking the activities of the administration of each of the past presidents that have been elected in the country on a scale from zero – worst – to 100 – best –

The results revealed that Trump took the last position with an average score of 12.34, while Abraham Lincoln took the first position with an average of 95.03.

George Washington on the other hand, took the second position in the survey as his administration got an average of  92.59.

The immediate past president of the United States, President Barack Obama won the 8th position as the best president of the country in the recent survey as against his 18th position in a similar survey conducted in 2014.

The survey shows that Trump only had high marks in his strategies of communicating with foreign leaders when issues of taking policy decisions arise, and also in the area of communicating with the public.

The writers of the polls,  Brandon Rottinghaus and Justin Vaughn, also noted that Donald Trump further won the position of the most polarising President.

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